Cross-language information retrieval
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Cross-language information retrieval (CLIR) systems allow users to find documents written in different languages from that of… (More)
Finding a proper distribution of translation probabilities is one of the most important factors impacting the effectiveness of a… (More)
Out of vocabulary (OOV) words are problematic for cross language information retrieval. One way to deal with OOV words when the… (More)
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Search for information is no longer exclusively limited within the native language of the user, but is more and more extended to… (More)
This paper presents a novel statistical model for cross-language information retrieval. Given a written query in the source… (More)
Dictionaries have often been used for query translation in cross-language information retrieval (CLIR). However, we are faced… (More)
As the World Wide Web infiltrates more and more countries, banalizing network, interface, and computer system differences which… (More)
Dictionary methods for cross-language information retrieval give performance below that for mono-lingual retrieval. Failure to… (More)
Bilingual transthr dictionaries are an important resource for query translation in cross-language text retrieval. However, term… (More)
We describe a method for fully automated cross-language document retrieval in which no query translation is required. Queries in… (More)